Question 190 out of 1 pointsMr. Johnson has paid his neighbor’s son Desmond $25 every week for 8 weeks to wash and wax his car. There was never any agreement as to how many weeks this would happen. On the 9th week, Mr. Johnson refused to pay Desmond claiming he never agreed to this deal. Desmond is out of luck, because Mr. Johnson is right. Question 20
WorkfileContents.docx 0 out of 1 points On January 16, Deb offers to sell her waterbed to Colleen for $600. Colleenaccepts and agrees to pay Deb $600 on January 27. Which of the followingis correct? Question 211 out of 1 pointsOn Monday, Mick puts an offer in the mail to Sheri to sell his guitar for $50. Monday night when jamming with his buddies, he decides he will really miss his old guitar and has second thoughts about selling it. Tuesdaymorning he puts a revocation in the mail informing Sheri he has changed his mind and the guitar is no longer for sale. The revocation is effective onTuesday morning. Question 22 1 out of 1 points One purpose of contract law is to make business matters more predictable. Question 230 out of 1 pointsPatty is a poor college student struggling to work and keep up with her studies. Fred, her uncle, promises to pay Patty support of $200 per month for the next six months. Although Fred didn't ask her to, she quits her current job in order to devote full time to her studies for the next six months. Fred makes one payment and then stops with no explanation. If Patty sues, what is the likely result? Question 241 out of 1 pointsRobert offers to buy a car from Jane for $400. Jane must accept this offer in order to form an enforceable contract. Question 251 out of 1 pointsRobert, a minor, buys a stereo from Jane for $200. State law allows a minor to disaffirm contracts within a reasonable time after turning 18. Robert disaffirms the contract the day after turning 18 and returns the stereo.
WorkfileContents.docx Question 261 out of 1 pointsShelly offers to sell Jane goods both parties know are stolen. Jane accepts the offer, and agrees to pay for the goods. Later, Jane refuses to accept or pay for the goods. If Shelly sues Jane for breach of contract, what is the probable result?
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